Tara & Ryan start their small screen journey with one of Disney's first forays into syndicated cartoons. Ryan ponders what gummi berry juice tastes like and Tara has a bone to pick with Funko. It's Adventures of the Gummi Bears! T&R Hotline: (707) 968-7731 Email: TRPrincessDiaries@gmail.com Twitter: @TRPDiaries Instagram: @TRPrincessDiaries Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/trprincessdiaries/ Art by Carley McConnell https://www.instagram.com/ani.empire/
Anna and Faby start their new podcast journey by recapping the premiere episode of Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears! Check out our merch store: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/amores-patos?ref_id=17486 Support us on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/amorespatos Please rate and review ‘Amores Patos Face the Disney Afternoon' on iTunes so other people can find the show!
Earlier this year Mark and Dan had the privilege of presenting a few panels at the Miami International Sci-fi Film Festival. This is the audio from one of them… Science Fiction is more mainstream than you ever imagined! What's the connection between Star Trek and Jem? What does laser weaponry have to do with the Gummi Bears? Join Mark McCray, author of "The Best Saturdays of Our Lives" and Dan Klink, co-host of "The Best Saturdays of Our Lives" Podcast as we assert that, as far as cartoons are concerned, Sci-Fi isn't the exception, it's the rule! 00:00:24 The Great Gazoo, Jem & Bowie, Fonz and the Happy Days Gang 00:10:11 Gummi Bears vs. Battletech, The Boondocks vs. 40K, Josie vs. Bond 00:16:20 Brother From Another Mother? 00:18:54 Buy The Book! Total Runtime: 00:22:01 The ESO Network https://esonetwork.com #esonetwork Mark McCray The Best Saturdays Of Our Lives tbsool.com The Best Saturdays of Our Lives Podcast tbsool.com/podcast @MarkMcTBSOOL email@example.com thebestsaturdaysofourlives.com Instagram: instagram.com/best_saturdays_of_our_lives Facebook: facebook.com/tbsool #tbsool Dan Klink Instagram: @dan_klink Twitter.com/TheRealDanKlink facebook.com/Dan.M.Klink Thunder Talk thundertalk.org FIND US ON Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @thundertalkpod JOIN THE THUNDER FAITHFUL @ https://www.facebook.com/groups/578372072758335/ Emaill firstname.lastname@example.org #thundertalk
The extraterrestrial comedy podcast where we probe Spring Heeled Jack. This is a legitimate piece of London folklore from the Victorian era. But what was to blame? Was Jack a single prankster who was then imitated down the years? Was ole' Jack a noble lord from the upper echelons of society with no regard for the law and the money to get away with it? Was Jack a monster? Or is there a more extraterrestrial explanation? Along the way we paint the town red. We also question whether this is an unofficial world record high jumper or whether this was merely a matter of perspective (which side of the wall are you on)? Alongside that, Greybeard and moonwalker consider their options were they to get in to a fist fight with a bear… All that and more on this week's file. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/butitwasaliens Store: https://butitwasaliens.co.uk/shop/ Probe us: Email: email@example.com Instagram @ ButItWasAliensPodcast Twitter @ ButItWasAliens Facebook: @ ButItWasAliens - join Extraterrestrial Towers Music: Music created via Garageband. Additional music via: https://freepd.com - thank you most kindly good people. You may also have twigged the start to Hedwig's Theme from Harry Potter quietly snuck in to the background. This was composed by the honourable John Williams, conducted by trustworthy John Williams and William Ross and performed by the London Symphony Orchestra. There was also a small snippet from Super Mario 64, the Main Theme used on Bob-Omb Battlefield. This was created via Nintendo and composer Koji Kondo. Finally, we brought you a slice of nostalgia with Disney's Gummi Bears theme, composed by Michael Silversher and Patricia (Patty) Silversher.
Katie Leigh is a voice actress, best known for her roles as Sunni Gummi in Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears, Zuzu in Poppy Cat, Alex in the first two seasons of Totally Spies!, and as Connie Kendall in the Focus on the Family radio program Adventures in Odyssey since 1987. This is her story.
When we say the Teen Life topics of the August 1988 issue run the gamut, that is precisely what we mean. We're going to start with the story of the youngest person ever sentenced to Death Row; then review the results of a survey conducted on 300 boys in malls, on topics ranging from when they want to get married to which outfit they'd most like to see you wear on a date. Crushing on a teacher? Christina has advice on that, some of which has not aged so well. And Barbara Bondrack's short story takes us backstage at a rock show...sort of. On The Road takes us to Boston; Body Talk covers exercise bands and constipation; Help has some advice about confusing sex dreams and bed-wetting (unrelated). Two extremely important departments make their début: Stuff You Wrote and It Happened To Me! And the first IHTM is about...getting an abortion! After that heavy topic, we need to wind down with What He Said about the upcoming presidential election. Tone down your eyeliner -- that's how dudes like it, apparently -- and join us! Visual Aids
That is today, but let me take you back for a moment... I want to tell you about my childhood and some of the things I loved most of it. After I got home from school I would settle in and have a snack and I would watch the Disney afternoon. This included amazing shows like Gummi Bears, Tale Spin, Dark Wing Duck and....Duck Tales. Gummi Bears Tale Spin Dark Wing Duck Duck Tales So my friends, Duck Tales, has probably influenced me the most when thinking about money and business. I want to give you 3 lessons in money that I learned from Duck Tales. In this podcast you will: Learn how Scrooge influenced my path in business Discover why Dave was so determined to prove himself (HINT: It has do with his parents accomplishments) Explore ways to incorporate your family in the business adventures For all the show notes, transcription and more, check out the podcast website at http://doctorfreedompodcast.com/
In this week's episode, we show we do not care who we alienate on Between Two Butts! Whether it's Tice the Levi Man exposing his butt crack to show off his label (sorry, audio only; you'll just have to trust us!) or Becca's fiancé Brian fingering the podcast, there is much potential to drive away listeners in the first 5 minutes! And it just escalates as Jay shares his Next Greatest Thing on The Inter-Webs; Brickleberry's Republican Jesus, an animation. Offensive enough on its own, but it leads each Between 2 Buttster to reveal their thoughts on Jesus. And tasers. Moving on to friendlier territory, the gang looks back on their favorite TV cartoons and Saturday morning fare, including Gummi Bears, Angry Beavers, Saved by the Bell, and, somehow, Gordon Jump's sinister guest turn on Diff'rent Strokes. Becca shares an overdubbed GI Joe safety message known simply as Pork Chop Sandwiches, whereas Tice recalls a particularly cheesy anti-drug ad from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and we do not mean cheesy as in pizza.After a quick exchange about coffee preferences, Tice brings in his finacée, Abbie, to play the classic Word-at-a-Time improv game Casanova! Does the Levi Man have what it takes to woo his own intended? Listen and find out...
Recorded in 2019, this is the last of what we had in the can. I conclude our “Cutesy Era” discussion with the Gummi Bears, Flintstone Kids, and a whole lot more. Stay tuned for the premiere of Season 2 of The Best Saturdays of Our Lives Podcast coming this Spring! 00:00:24 Hard Candy 00:12:34 Vitamins … Episode #27 The Cutesy Era – Part 3 Read More » The post Episode #27 The Cutesy Era – Part 3 appeared first on The ESO Network.
Episode #27 The Cutesy Era - Part 3 Recorded in 2019, this is the last of what we had in the can. I conclude our "Cutesy Era" discussion with the Gummi Bears, Flintstone Kids, and a whole lot more. Stay tuned for the premiere of Season 2 of The Best Saturdays of Our Lives Podcast coming this Spring! 00:00:24 Hard Candy 00:12:34 Vitamins 00:24:49 Sci-Fi Where you Least Expect it TOTAL RUNTIME: 00:29:10 The ESO Network https://esonetwork.com #esonetwork Mark McCray The Best Saturdays Of Our Lives tbsool.com The Best Saturdays of Our Lives Podcast tbsool.com/podcast @MarkMcTBSOOL firstname.lastname@example.org thebestsaturdaysofourlives.com Instagram: instagram.com/best_saturdays_of_our_lives Facebook: facebook.com/tbsool #tbsool Dan Klink Instagram: @dan_klink Twitter.com/TheRealDanKlink facebook.com/Dan.M.Klink Thunder Talk thundertalk.org FIND US ON Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook @thundertalkpod JOIN THE THUNDER FAITHFUL @ https://www.facebook.com/groups/578372072758335/ Emaill email@example.com #thundertalk
Noelle North: Cubbi Gummi & Princess Calla (Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears), Slouchy Smurfling (The Smurfs), Twilight (My Little Pony), and Rowanne (Legend of Prince Valiant) --- joins Tim Nydell (of Saturday Morning Rewind) to talk all about her voice over career! If you want to WATCH the full interview - hop on over to Tim's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/TimNydell We would like to thank our Patreon supporters for this month: Mike Clemons Gemma Bright Torrie Garvin Chris Alan Visit our Patreon page and get some rewards for donating each month: PATREON Check out our CLOTHING LINE: REWIND WEAR Don't forget to donate to help keep us going - even if it's two dollars: DONATE Please rate us on iTunes: iTunes Visit our website: www.SaturdayMorningRewind.com Follow us on Twitter: @SaturdayRewind Follow us on Facebook: Facebook Follow us on Instagram: @SaturdayRewind
Margo and Kelly welcome friend and co-worker Sam “Lark” Diaz to the show, and realize they each had experiences working for, or almost working for, the federal government. They review the previous week’s inauguration, the clinginess of Lady Gaga, the fierce factor of Michelle Obama, and compare Joe Biden’s Bible to a very big sandwich. Sam explains the origin into her numerous monikers and her religious faith, Kelly grandstands over the number of Gummi Bears she can fit in her mouth and Margo may or may not be broadcasting from a bunker in an undisclosed location.
S5:E11 - Jess and Jared recap and discuss “All the Comforts of Home." In our first episode of the season back in the present we meet our "favorite character," Ruby, and we begin by reexamining some of our initial reactions and feelings about the character and what she represents. With the benefit of time and consideration Jess repositions Ruby's writing, and sees how it was more thoughtfully, and well written character than we had originally understood her to be, and that there is a meta commentary there, about how adolescent women are demonized and demeaned across all areas of our culture. We open on Ruby, a "stereotypical" teenage girl in a stereotypical teenager's room, covered in posters, listening to pop music with headphones on her bed laying the wrong way on her bed with her feet in the air. We soon meet her mom, who Ruby quickly confronts, demanding to know if she's a good guy, or a bad guy, and saying that since they're going after S.H.I.E.L.D. that she wonders if they're not the bad guys. Her mom, General Hale, tells her that she just follows her orders, and that everything she does is for Ruby, though Ruby incorrectly predicted she'd say everything she did was for the greater good. Here is where we learn about their weird mother-daughter relationship, and that Ruby is obsessed with Daisy Johnson AKA Quake. But more importantly, the team! Our favorite S.H.I.E.L.D. Agents have returned from the future to the present day Lighthouse. They show up disoriented in different waves and gather together and Fitz confirms that despite their familiar location, they had made it back to their home time period. A hologram of an old school S.H.I.E.L.D. Director, Rick Stoner, played perfectly by Patrick Warburton, appears to give the rundown to the team via an outdated pre-recorded message. The base was top-secret base designed for a post-apocalyptic situation to help repopulate the Earth, so, exactly what it ended up being used for in the future. Coulson mentioned how injured Mack had gotten, and Yo-Yo turns it back on him and he brushes his injuries off, but she knows what Coulson isn't telling the rest of the team about his own dark, crazy future sci-fi poison-filled wound. Yo-Yo, Mack and Jemma leave to get Mack medical attention and Coulson sends May to take the tour with hologram Rick Stoner, and she drags Fitz along. Daisy comes to furious with Coulson for using an Icer and taking her back to the past against her consent, and though she doesn't forgive him exactly, she understands his decision. Fitz and May are going through a storeroom and find all three monoliths, and a douche-bro Chronicom who was in the AWFUL Paris Hilton vehicle "The Hottie & the Nottie," Noah. Noah is the anti-Enoch, and is a dismissive, self-important robo-twit. He tells them that everyone with knowledge of the bunker is inside the bunker, and assures them that they're safe. May has a very cheesy "small but active fan base" line that is super meta, and made us chuckle. Jess noted that a lot of aspects of this season make us sure that they'd intended, or rather believed, it would be the final season of the show. In the Lighthouse's monitor room they note "potential alien contact," that will lead to the end of the world, and there's a pretty by the numbers UFO-looking flying saucer in space on its way. They need to go check it out in St. Louis, and are still wanted for the crimes that AIDA and Ivanov framed them for. They show that they're outside this small town of River's End in the Lighthouse. When the team leaves the Lighthouse and has to steal a van Mack is mortified, and May, and even Yo-Yo, are a bit annoyed with how strait-laced he is, though Jemma finds it wonderful. Daisy gets more comfortable with the computer room in the Lighthouse than Noah seems to appreciate, getting under the Chronicom's skin. Noah is a dick, and he's ineffective, but he's not actually against the team, he's just really bad at helping them. The team goes through all the bad things they've lived through before to assure themselves. As a River's End cop shows up Fitz seems almost ready to shoot him, which is super dark and messed up, but Mack diffuses the situation. At this point Deke shows up suddenly outdoors and falls in love with being outside, and hugs a tree. An old white lady of River's End thinks Deke is high off his ass, but she's also pretty cool about it. Deke is super good at being a silly in this scene, and almost ate ice cream out of a trash can, until he sees a dive bar and discovers that he doesn't love beer, but he *does* love Zima! Deke has a fantastic time in the bar, eating cheeseburgers and onion rings, and drinking more and more Zimas. Deke tries to run out on his tab but is too drunk, and flips over a pool table. The team leaves the van on the side of road to be returned to owner and gets to the Zephyr so that they can get to St. Louis. Jemma figures out it's not from space, but the light came up *from* Earth, Hydra's way of calling the Kree to Earth. Yo-Yo and Mack are in the cargo hold and Yo-Yo is still more worried about the time loop than anything else. Daisy's gamer-ing it up, with her feet up on the computer eating cereal from the box, and Noah is so uptight he mentioned that everyone knows that Enoch was always reckless. Deke has showed up on police records and Daisy has to get him, so she dresses up in Noah's suit to go incognito to the River's End police station. The Zephyr arrives with the rest of the team in St. Louis where Fitz says he detects someone inside, and in the lab Piper is there, saying she was laying low waiting for them. We had forgotten about Piper being turned against the team in this episode, and though it's justified, it's also something neither of us care for. Jess's Billy has a connection to Piper's actor, Briana Venskus, as part of the L.A. motorcycle community. Daisy comes to the police station to get Deke and seems a little out of practice, and one of the cops seems to I.D. her, and makes a call that gets word of Daisy to General Hale. Daisy gives Deke a hard time for getting arrested immediately, but he's too drunk, and too happy about being in a non-post-apocalyptic future stuck inside the Lighthouse in the cold of space, and he wants to know if she knows about Zima. Back in St. Louis we see that Piper's beacon was actually meant to call Hale's people, and Ruby is there in a mask with a team of robot drones, and Piper was tricked by Hale into turning on the team thinking she was helping them, and without a lot of options. Piper explains what she thinks the deal is, that they're bringing the team in to keep them safe, but Ruby orders the robot goons to attack, and uses the same weapon as Xena, a chakram, to attack the team themselves. This makes Jared go on a little Xena rant about the absurdity/insanity of Xena, but as Jess points out, Xena's Lucy Lawless is a S.H.I.E.L.D. vet! In the violence Ruby uses the aforementioned chakram to cut off both of Yo-Yo's arms, and it's gruesome, and not good. May and Mack go berserk on the robots before they even seem to know they're robots, but they *really* lose it after that, with their past histories with robots giving them some serious anti-robot prejudice. The Xena connection re-contextualizes the violence we've seen in sword and sorcery and fantasy fiction, and makes one think of the trauma victims of dismemberment must endure. Daisy and Deke get back to the Lighthouse and meet up with Noah, who promptly tells Deke he didn't think they should rescue him. Deke really comes into his own here, coming out of the John Cusack movie entitled nerdy straight white dude protagonist place he'd started from and firmly establishing himself as the comic sidekick, and excelling. Jeff Ward does very well with his comedic timing and rapport with Chloe, and this is where we fell for the character. They avoided a lot of problematic relationship tropes by changing the character's focus from a wannabe space badass with an unrequited love for Daisy, to comic relief doofus just reasonably crushing on Daisy, or from the show's Star-Lord, to Kramer. And total non sequitur, but they offered the part of Superman from Superman the Motion Picture to Burt Reynolds, which is nuts. We get a rad visual from the Lighthouse's docking bay, with a platform emerging from the water on the coast next to the Lighthouse with a waterfall on each side, and it makes Jared think of Disney's Gummi Bears, because he's who he is. We talk a bit about what S.H.I.E.L.D. says about law enforcement and its greater failures. We appreciate that they don't make their "super cops" out to be infallible, even though it isn't perfect, and are critical of law enforcement agencies in general. We get a "reveal" of Ruby's identity, and of her room being in the bottom of this big ol' military bunker. Back at the base Fitz, Daisy and Noah are trying to turn the beacon off, but it begins to overload and he warns them to run and jumps on the beacon to absorb the blast, sacrificing himself for the team, and redeeming his douchebag nature. In the closing scene Crusher Creel is running with a hoodie on in Philadelphia and an unmarked black car pulls up with Hale to recruit him to her cause, and though he's suspicious, he's resigned to his fate and gets in the car. And now, as always, Black Lives Matter. Now more than ever voting, and voting laws, are important in the U.S.. Visit blackvotersmatterfund.org/donate/ to help protect voting rights, improve lives, and strengthen communities. We’re a proud part of the But Why Tho Podcast Community! Be sure to follow them on Twitter @ButWhyThoPC and www.butwhythopodcast.com to check out all their great content. And follow us on Twitter: @projectTAHITI, send us an email: projectTAHITIpod@gmail.com, and rate/review us on Apple Podcasts!
Episode 8 of Right In The Childhood! Right in the Childhood is a podcast about nostalgia and kids TV. The show's hosts are two friends from different generations, Mark and Fraser. Mark is a 42 year old on the edge of Gen X and Millennial; Fraser is a 24 year old on the edge of Millennial and Gen Z and they both have a Peter Pan complex! They take it in turns each month to take a look at a treasured TV show from their childhood, share memories, discuss whether the other host has heard of it, rewatch a few episodes and then discuss how it hold up with the hope that it does and that it doesn't hit them... right in the childhood! This month is Mark's choice and he's chosen Gummi Bears: the classic Disney cartoon series that featured small, multi-coloured bears who bounced around on their bottoms. Hosts: Mark Adams and Fraser Somers Editor: Mark Adams Twitter: @RitCPod We Made This on Twitter: @wemadethispod www.wemadethispod.com
Do you remember rushing home after school to watch your favorite Disney shows? Mike, Bill Yadesky and Tiffany Silver Braun do, and they're all together to discuss them all! In part 1 of a special two-part series, they talk about some of the earliest shows, including The Wuzzles, The Adventures of the Gummi Bears, Fluppy Dogs, Ducktales (woo-oo!), Rescue Rangers and The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh. What are their favorite episodes and characters. What are their childhood memories of each show? And do some of them hold up better than others? Make sure to tune in to hear all their thoughts! Grab a bowl of sugary cereal and enjoy. Links- https://linktr.ee/StCanardFiles DW #DarkwingDuck #DisneyAfternoon #Ducktales This podcast is powered by Pinecast.
What do helicopter police chases, waterskiing, experiential marketing, classic cars and the Grateful Dead have in common? The answer is this weeks guest Fritz Heffinger! He is the CEO and Co-Founder of Outcold Marketing; OutCold fuses experiential marketing strategies with traditional Out of Home (OOH) tactics to excite, engage and convert consumers to customers. They create amazing experiences for some of the world's largest brands (Nike, Nordstrom, Amazon and Sephora) using classic and vintage cars to build experiential marketing experiences (think a perfect vintage VW bus converted to spread the word about Gummi Bears)! Aside from the world class work Fritz and his team do, the bigger story is WHY and HOW they work. Fritz has forgone the large agency model to connect with real people doing real work. This is THE episode all CEO's, founders and business folk should listen to in order to learn how to truly lead while being your authentic self PLUS it's filled with amazing stories! SHOW NOTES www.outcold.com Outcold Instagram Outcold Portfolio of Work
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Join Anna and Faby as they review the series premiere of every show in the Disney Afternoon! Starting with “A New Beginning,” the first episode of Disney’s Adventures of the Gummi Bears! Episode 1: As Duke Igthorn plans an attack on King Gregor's castle, Cavin (a page in the castle) is left in the woods after some of Igthorn's ogres run off the Humans. https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/500723/9-furry-facts-about-disneys-adventures-gummi-bears-%C2%A0
“Step right up and come on in… Here’s where the fun begins!Today’s episode celebrates the 30th anniversary of The Disney Afternoon, a chunk of high-quality cartoons produced by Disney for syndication on local channels from 1990-1997. Shows like “Duck Tales,” “The Adventures of the Gummi Bears,” and “Tale Spin” gained a cult-like following that has led to spin-offs, films and even revivals!My own personal memories include the Disney Afternoon Soundtrack and playing dress-up to songs like “Friends for Life,” “Monkey in Your Tank” and many AMAZING theme songs like the title track for the lineup… Something I still do to this day!My guest this week is Daniel Bahner, a Disney fan and jedi princess living in Chicago, Illinois. We talk in depth about our favourite songs from the soundtrack and dive into reacting to the Disney Afternoon live show that played at various Disney Parks.Darlings and gal pals… Sparkle Sid has been busy (just a little busy) bringing you another episode of “Super Funk-In Serious”! ENJOY!”MEDIA MENTIONED IN THE SHOWDisney Afternoon SoundtrackDisney Afternoon Show at Mickey's Starland 1991 - Disney World 20th (with Roger Rabbit)INTERACT WITH OUR GUESTDaniel on Instagram: @jediprincess519INTERACT WITH SPARKLE SID: CLICK HERECLOSET CONCERTS: A new episode of “Closet Concerts” debuts every Wednesday, the day before a new podcast episode!
My guest for this week is fellow podcaster Tim Whitaker. We laugh about cartoons growing up, Scrooge McDuck, and whatever on earth Gummi Bears are. And as always we break down all the news pieces from the past week as well. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Episode 147 of Breaking Kayfabe with Bowdren & Barry has arrived and on this episode we look at a studio match from 1979, discuss the horrors involved with eating sugar free Gummi Bears and offer a top 5 opening scenes to a movie! Match discussed: The Blonde Bombers, Wayne Farris & Larry Latham vs Tony … Continue reading Episode 147: Sugar Free Gummi Bears → The post Episode 147: Sugar Free Gummi Bears appeared first on Breaking Kayfabe with Bowdren and Barry.
We snuck another one in. In Episode 18 we talk about wasting time, the magic of Coke & we remember the Gummi Bears. What happens when dog shit and technology mix and what's Brendan Frasier been up to? Also, what is deal with Israel and how come people suck. There's also the Trump/Mask fiasco and some other tidbits of news that you didn't care to follow...until now! Don't forget to subscribe and AS ALWAYS, enjoy! CORRECTIONS: Stretch is not $1700, it's $17k. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/omos/support
Tad Stones is an American animator, screenwriter, producer and director, best known for his work for The Walt Disney Company, creating, writing and producing the animated series Darkwing Duck and producing Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers, Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears, Aladdin and Buzz Lightyear of Star Command. He also worked with cartoon network adapting Hell Boy to animation. His latest project is as a storyboard artist on the animated series Bob's Burgers. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
It isn't everyday you get to meet a person who worked on a few of your favorite childhood shows. Every now and then I get the chance to talk with one of these talented people and Mark Zaslove and his smart writing and great story telling skills is one more opportunity. Disney's Tailspin, Ducktales and Gummi Bears are just a scratch on the tip of the surface of the work of Mark Zaslove. Mark has an IMDB three miles long.He is an amazing screenwriter and not only has written some fantastic animated shows he has done just as much in live action. Such an inspiring guest! Follow Mark here: www.https://www.markzaslove.com/ ______________________________________________________________ Are you a fan of Drawn To It Podcast? Send us an email with a question or comment, even a guest recommendation. Go To https://www.dtipodcast.com email: Drawntoitpodcast@gmail.com Follow Drawn To It Podcast on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC40D... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drawntoitpo... Twitter: https://twitter.com/Drawn2ItPodcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/10379...--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/drawntoit/message
It may just be another week of lockdown, but boy have we got a show for you along with another exclusive track from Angry Daddios (we know them). So get ready for nine songs from China Shop Bull, Indonesian Junk, Idolizers, Not My Good Arm, Buzzcocks, Model Workers, Van Dammes, Almost DEAD Men and Angry Daddios.Comedy Suburbs, Tony has your Facebook comments, Uglyshoes, Gummi Bears, 10 5, last week, Tony was working on the new Angry Daddios track, Tony's arm is knackered, bad backs and good bras, PBETV, problem plumbers, lodgers, From the Vaults, no gigs!, donations, album sales, this week, Chiro for Tony, work, The Dukes Arms, PBETV, Forest v Derby, pubs opening, Izzatwat, flags, Bongs of Praise theme tune and we remind you of ways you can listen.Song 1: China Shop Bull - EnlightenSong 2: Indonesian Junk – C’mon And Love MeSong 3: Idolizers – Stranded (Again)Song 4: Not My Good Arm – Dog TherapySong 5: Buzzcocks - UselessSong 6: Model Workers – Borderline BabySong 7: Van Dammes – Tax Free WorldSong 8: Almost DEAD Men – Queen Of The BarSong 9: Angry Daddios – Bongs Of Praise
Albert wants a Gummi Bears revival. Sandra discusses her emotional ties. Stan prattles on about Disney World for a bit. They all discuss THE MICHAEL KEATON SITUATION, you know-when he was on Frasier with Perry Mason. Also, you will all be happy to know Stan has switched to dolphin-free LEGOS.
The We Like Disney crew kicks off its fourth season with more Gummi Bears and Small World talk. They also discuss the plans to build a dungeon that will keep the Disney Villains in check. Have a magical day!
GUMMI BEARS: a 1985 Disney animated series inspired by candy, a race of mystical talking cryptids hiding from humanity, or a colony of separatists running an illegal performance-enhancing drug operation? The answer: ALL OF THE ABOVE! Rate and review us on Apple Podcasts! Follow us on Instagram and Twitter @dptooncast and check out our X-Men/Baby Got Back mashup-parody music video “X-Men Attack” on YouTube!
Did you know there were 4 Autopia attractions? Do you remember Superstar Limo? This week we’re reminiscing on the Lost Attractions of Disneyland. Those we miss, those we don’t remember and those we can’t believe lasted as long as they did. Also, happy anniversary to Fantasmic!, a Disney Park is reopening, new merch in honor of Star Wars day and what to watch on Disney+ this week. Show Description Links:Subscribe to our events calendar (it’s free)!Follow Sean, Tabitha and the Magic on Main Street Podcast on Instagram!If you have any comments, questions or any stories you may want to share with our audience, email us at email@example.com.Become a patron on our all new Patreon! For as little as $2 a month, you’ll get early access and you’ll never have to listen to ads!Shout outsGabe & Brooke celebrating 8 years of marriage on 5/12Patrick & KarenPatreonMelissaStevenJonathan - Happy Birthday 5/5Nurses Appreciation DayHappy Mother’s Day!Topic 1 - This Week in Disneyland history1956:The Main Street Horseless Carriage begins operating at Disneyland.1992:Disneyland's Fantasmic! - a new night-time fireworks and visual hydrotechnic show - is officially dedicated in Frontierland. The 22-minute presentation, featuring fireworks, live actors, water effects, fire, music, boats, decorated rafts and projections onto large mist screens, takes place over the Rivers of America. 2011:A "black carpet" premiere for Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides takes place at Disneyland.2012:Disney costume designer Alice Davis is honored with a window (next to her late husband Marc's window) at Disneyland. The 83-year-old Disney Legend designed park costumes, including many of the 150 or so dolls in the "it’s a small world" ride and those of the animatronic characters in the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction. Her window sits above the Disneyana shop along Main Street, U.S.A.2013: Walt Disney World officially crowns Merida from Disney/Pixar’s "Brave" as the 11th Disney Princess. Her coronation ceremony fittingly takes place in front of Cinderella Castle, just steps away from her own Magic Kingdom meet-and-greet spot. Just after the theme park opening, Princess Merida is joined for the first time by all ten of her fellow royals, Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel, Jasmine, Belle, Mulan, Pocahontas, Tiana, and Rapunzel, welcoming her to the group.2016:Shanghai Disneyland Park begins its soft openings. The new theme park, located in Pudong, Shanghai, China, will officially open June 16.Topic 2 - News ClosuresShanghai Disneyland is reopening! May 11th is the lucky day. There are multiple new protocols in place to keep everyone safe, limited capacity and cancellations for theater shows, fireworks and parades. Close up character interactions are also not going to be available at this time. During the initial reopening phase, a special Disney character procession, Mickey and Friends Express, will take place several times daily, and the Enchanted Storybook Castle will come to life with light and music at dusk each day with Evening Magical Moments. They’ve added multiple requirements for getting tickets and registering your info for admittance so if you plan on heading to Shanghai, which you shouldn’t be planning to go right now unless you live in Shanghai….please, be sure to read up on all their new guidelines.Disneyland announced they will begin accepting reservations for travel dates starting July 1st and later. THIS DOES NOT MEAN THE PARKS WILL BE OPEN. Previously they were taking reservations starting June 1st, so all this means is that it has been pushed back. Again, there is NO confirmed opening date so do not get your hopes up!If you have the time, go check out the plans and considerations for reopening that Disney Parks Chief Medical Officer Pam Hymel released. It talks all about the plans for phased reopenings for many disney parks, distancing and capacity requirements, cleanliness and sanitation measures, screening and cast member training. Definitely info you want to have for the coming months.Topic 3 - MerchDisney released some free “merch” last week in the form of free photopass wallpaper downloads of Sleeping Beauty’s castle, Pixar Pier, the Partner’s Statue, The Haunted Mansion, Cars Land, Mickey balloons and Mickey in his newsboy outfit in the red car trolley. All are high quality and super cute. They expire June 15th so make sure you download them asap!Multiple items from Disneyland’s history, spanning from the 1950’s to 2010’s are being featured in the Van Eaton Galleries “Popular Culture and Disneyland Auction” that will take place Saturday May 9th. Things like old park signage and vintage publications will be available to lucky winners. Some key items on the list were a Disneyland Opening Day Press Ticket, Disneyland Railroad Main Street Station Mickey Flag, the old Bugs Land entrance sign posters and props from Star Wars, and memorabilia from the earliest years of Club 33. Visit vegalleries.com and click on the “Popular Culture and Disneyland” tab to get all of the details on how to bid and see everything they have to offer. They also have a buy it now section on their site if you don’t feel like getting into a bidding war!A Minnie Mouse polka dot purse collection was just added to the Loungefly website! The collection includes a red crossbody and red wallet both with white polka dots and a large gold Disney “D” on the front. The prices aren’t too bad at 65 and 25 for each.Speaking of Loungefly, they are trying to bankrupt us. Multiple Star Wars themed bags were released for May the 4th. The new POP by LF X Star Wars collection includes a Wicket POP Head Wristlet, an Ewok crossbody/handbag, a darth vader POP head crossbody, and an Empire Strikes Back 40th anniversary Han Solo Hoth Canvas backpack that I NEEED. All are still available on the LF website as of right now.An Amazon Exclusive Empire Strikes Back 40th anniversary “battle at Echo Base” funko pop is available for preorder. The pop depicts the scene where Han uses a saber to cut open a tauntaun to save Luke. Since it is a deluxe pop its a little more expensive than the others at 24.99 which still isn't bad.New Wishables blind bags are available on shopdisney featuring the country bears! They are limited release so if you collect them make sure you hop to it!Last for merch but certainly not least, a sneak peak of the Minnie Main Attraction for June was released….its amazing. The theme for June is Peter Pan’s Flight and it will be available June 20th. Everything is in a super vibrant blue color. The ears depict a starry sky with the second star to the right in sequins and a gold tinker bell in the middle of the lighter blue bow. AMAZING.Topic 4 - Hidden MickeyTopic 5 - FoodWe’re making beignets this week...sometime. Stay tuned!Topic 6 - Events/EntertainmentDisney Family Singalong Volume 2 airs this Sunday May 10th at 7 pm. The line up consists of Josh Gad, Shakira, multiple Disney on Broadway stars, Rebel Wilson, Halsey and many more!Clone wars finaleDisney Gallery SW: Mandalorian MAIN - The lost attractions of Disneyland part 1Over 150 lost attractions, restaurants, shops, parades and fireworks showsThe Flying Saucers1961 - 1966Space mountain queue/TheaterFly Luigi’s Flying Tires2012 - Paid homage to the Flying SaucersEven Bob Iger disliked the attraction - said it should be fasterAdded music & Beach BallsAdded 45 seconds to the endLawsuits for injuries from beach ballsLawsuits from injuries from falling out - bulky designClosed to make way for RRCaptain EO, Disneyland (1986—1997, 2010—2014)Captain EO was a 1986 American 3D science fiction film that was shown at Disney theme parks from 1986 through 1998. The movie stars Michael Jackson, was written by George Lucas and directed by Francis Ford Coppola (who came up with the name "Captain EO" from the Greek, cf. Eos, the Greek goddess of dawn). The film was shown as part of an attraction with in-theater effects. The attraction returned to the Disney Parks in 2010 as a tribute after Jackson's death.Captain EO is regarded as one of the first "4D" films (4D being the name given to a 3D film that incorporates in-theater effects, such as lasers, smoke, etc., synchronized to the film)The film tells the story of Captain EO (Michael Jackson) and the ragtag crew of his spaceship on a mission to deliver a gift to "The Supreme Leader" (Anjelica Huston), who lives on a world of rotting, twisted metal and steaming vents. Captain EO's alien crew consists of his small flying sidekick Fuzzball, the double-headed navigator and pilot Idey (Debbie Lee Carrington) and Ody (Cindy Sorenson), robotic security officer Major Domo (Gary Depew), a small robot, Minor Domo (who fits like a module into Major Domo), and the clumsy elephant-like shipmate Hooter (Tony Cox) who always manages to upset the crew's missions. Dick Shawn plays Captain EO's boss, Commander Bog.AutopiaJunior Autopia (1956–1958): A version of the original Autopia geared towards children. The Junior Autopia featured a guide rail, which the original version of Autopia did not have at the time. The site of the Junior Autopia reopened a year later as the Fantasyland Autopia and is now part of the present-day Autopia.Midget Autopia (1957–1966): A version of the original Autopia geared towards young children. After the Midget Autopia closed, the ride was dismantled and sent to Walt Disney's hometown of Marceline, Missouri, where it operated for a few years. The site of the Midget Autopia is now the main walkway between It's a Small World and the rest of Fantasyland.Fantasyland Autopia (1959–1999): A version of the original Autopia, built on the site of the former Junior Autopia. The Fantasyland Autopia was known as the "Rescue Ranger Raceway" and themed to the Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers television series from 1991–1993. Its name reverted to "Fantasyland Autopia" afterwards, and operated part-time until it permanently closed in 1999. Its track was combined with the track of the Tomorrowland Autopia to create the present-day Autopia.Skull Rock and Pirate's Cove (1961–1982): A dining experience themed to Captain Hook's pirate ship. Dumbo the Flying Elephant was relocated to the former location of Skull Rock and Pirate's Cove and reopened there in 1983.Motor Boat Cruise (1957–1991): Simulated experience of navigating waterways in a motor boat. Renamed Motor Boat Cruise to Gummi Glen (1991–1993), based on the Gummi Bears television show.Billy Hill and the Hillbillies (1994–2014): A live-action show featuring singing and comedy. In 2012 the musical/variety group moved to Big Thunder Ranch until their show was retired in early 2014. Afterward, they were hired by Knott's Berry Farm as Krazy Kirk and the Hillbillies.Big Thunder Ranch (1986–2016): A Western-themed casual area for seeing shows, viewing Disneyland's horses on their breaks and days off, and dining at Big Thunder Barbecue which served ribs, chicken, potatoes, beans, and such. The Barbecue remained open for a few more years after the Ranch area became the Festival of Fools stage for The Hunchback of Notre Dame show. Up until its closing, the area was used for special events, a Petting Zoo, and seasonal attractions. It closed in early 2016 for Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge.Country Bear Jamboree (1972–2001): An audio-animatronic show featuring traditional American folk songs sung by a variety of bears and their friends, including Henry the host and Big Al, Shaker (a.k.a. Terrence), The Sun Bonnets (Bunny, Bubbles, and Beulah), Liver Lips McGrowl, Wendell, Ernest, Gomer, Trixie, Teddi Barra, The Five Bear Rugs (Zeke, Zeb, Ted, Fred and Tennessee), and Zeke's son Oscar. The content of the show was replaced by Country Bear Vacation Hoedown at the Country Bear Playhouse (1986–2001): Used the same animated figures as Country Bear Jamboree, redecorated. This is now the site of The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh.Superstar LimoOpened 2001 opening day closed in less than a yearWeird puppet agentCaricature style animatronicsDCA didn’t have a warm receptionOriginal concept was a wild ride away from paparazziDidn’t want a Princess Di connectionVery un-disneyMonsters IncQuote of the Week"It’s a mistake not to give people a chance to learn to depend on themselves while they are young." - Walt Disney See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
My 1st episode! I spin the book to pick a topic and landed on 'Old School Cartoons'... the 2nd time at least lol. Let's get distracted and go down 90s memory lane! From Golden Girls to Gummi Bears, sip on this nostalgia with me!
Gluten Free snacks have arrived! YTD is GF for a very special episode as they taste test Way Better Sweet Chili Tortilla Chips, Albanese Gummi Bears, and Fruit Stripe Gum. They also discuss famous bunnies and how best to ruin someone's Mother's Day.
If you grew up in the late 80's and through the 90's Tad Stones most likely had an impact on you. He is the creator of Darkwing Duck and produced, directed and did story art for a great many Disney projects (Gummi Bears, Aladdin,Rescue Rangers....just to name a few). On top of that he has directed two Hellboy animated films and developed and produced content for Universal Studios. Tad learned the animation craft under the guidance of one of Disney's "Nine Old Men" Eric Larson. Tad talks about how hard he worked in studio and on his own time to produce work that would be received well by his peers and supervisors.Strap in, this is one for the books!Thank you Tad for sharing your inspiring journey.Follow Tad on twittter:https://twitter.com/TadStones?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor__________________________________Follow more Drawn To It Podcast here:https://www.dtipodcast.comSubscribe to our YouTube channel here:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC40D0tTpLxdge8vk8gkhz-g?view_as=subscriber--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/drawntoit/message
On this month's [patron-selected] episode of Animation Damnation, the gang is chatting about the totally bonkers Disney coke-dream, Adventures of the Gummi Bears! In the pilot episode, "A New Beginning," which originally aired back on September 14th, 1985, we see a cavalcade of legendary—HEY NOW! This episode is for subscribers only! To access this show, along with hours, upon hours of exclusive bonus content, head over to our Patreon page and sign up today!
Welcome back to an all new episode of Totally Radical Cartoon Podcast. Bouncing here and there and everywhere. High adventure that's beyond compare. They are the Gummi Bears. Randy and Phil look at an episode of Gummi Bears. Grammi believes it is time to teach another Gummi Bear how to make Gummiberry juice. Sunni is chosen as the most eligible candidate, but is more into fashion and spending time with Calla. The Ogres kidnap Grammi and take her to Castle Drekmore, where Duke Igthorn attempts to coax the recipe for Gummiberry juice from her. When the Gummis go on a rescue mission, they request Sunni to follow and bring some Gummiberry juice, which Sunni does not know how to make because she failed to pay attention to Grammi's lessons.
Part 1 of 2 of our oral history look into one of the most successful animation ventures of all time: The Disney Afternoon. Learn how all your favorite shows (Ducktales, Rescue Rangers, DarkWing Duck, Ducktales, Gummi Bears, Gargoyles, Quack Pack, and Bonkers) were all born out of a breakfast at Michael Eisner's house. The creators and key figures from each show lend their voice to bring the story to light. Presented by The Look Back Machine
September 2-8, 1989 This week Ken welcomes rockstar (Motion City Soundtrack), podcaster (Bizarre Albums) and Alison Rosen's boardman, Tony Thaxton to the show. Ken and Tony discuss backstage life, meeting celebs, free drinks, Carrot Top, Trent Reznor's amazement at skateboarding, Indiana, living in a weird part of Michigan, living on a time machine, Bears and Cubs, ALF, Harry Caray vs. Johnny Most, Saturday Morning Preview Specials, the Yummy Awards, singles, Gummi Bears, Masterpiece Theater 3000, Austin City Limits, Gattlin Bros, cover bands, Nintendo, Empty Nest, confusing Dear John, the theme to It's Gary Shandling's Show, theme song Karaoke, Perfect Strangers, Misfits of Science, having older sisters, My Two Dads, the Jerry Lewis telethon, contests to name things, The Hogan Family, "The Party" from the Mickey Mouse Club, unsold pilots with Ricki Lake, satellite dishes, above ground pools aka AGPs, Who's the Boss?, Rescue 911, Wonder Years, the MTV video music awards, Growing Pains, Michael Damien and Prince, loving the Beatles, The Cosby Show, A Different World, Cheers, Book signings, The Equalizer, why Ken feels good about himself for the first time in two years, Just the Ten of Us, Death of a Salesman, movie reviews, and a Jeer heavy week.
With all that's going on in the world, don't you think you owe it to yourself to take some time to listen to a nice podcast about movies? Well, hop on over to the Neon Movie Bunker, where this week El'Ahrai and John review "The Irishman" and "Bliss"! But wait, there's more! We also have an interview with "The Shed" writer/director Frank Sabatella! So please, listen in! The soup of the day, madame and monsieur. The Gummi Bears were my idea.
This week on PodQuest we sit down and talk about some Pokemon news like the reveal of Sirfetch'd, Unova Pokemon hitting Pokemon GO, and the one and only Ash Ketchum finally achieving championship status in an official Pokemon League tournament. After that we've got some Final Fantasy talk including the Final Fantasy VIII Remaster and some new reveals for Final Fantasy VII Remake. Then we wrap things up with some entertainment news such as NBC Universal's Peacock streaming service getting a Saved By The Bell Sequel, and Disney+ hitting on some nostalgia with shows like Ducktales, Gargoyles, Gummi Bears, and more coming to the streaming platform. Email - Social@one-quest.com Support Us - Patreon.com/OneQuest Intro and Outro music Mega Man 2 'Project X2 - Title Screen' OC ReMix courtesy of Project X over at OCRemix
Analog Jones has the touch and rolls out with the Autobots! This week you get to enjoy our faces and talk robots with our, The Transformers: The Return of Optimus Prime (1987) VHS Movie Review. Originally a YouTube VideoBack StoryThis summer, I visited SDCC 2019 with the Geekscape Network and heard an interesting story from an animation writer named Marv Wolfman in a panel called "Nostalgia-Ganza: A Look Back at Animated Series from the '80s". Panelists included Eric Lewald (Rescue Rangers, Winnie the Pooh), Len Uhley (Adventures of the Gummi Bears, DuckTales), Marv Wolfman (Transformers, G.I. Joe, Superman), Karen Willson (G.I. Joe, She-Ra), Craig Miller (The Real Ghostbusters, The Smurfs), Brynne Chandler (He-Man, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) and Marc Scott Zicree (The Real Ghostbusters, The Littles). There were many fantastic stories from these writers that helped create some of my favorite cartoon series growing up. But, one story stood out more than the rest from Marv Wolfman and his work on The Original Transformers. After the Transformers animated movie premiered and killed off the beloved leader of the Autobots, Optimus Prime, the toy company Hasbro got an unimaginable amount of hate mail. As a result, Marv Wolfman was given only two days to write a two-part episode that had to bring Optimus Prime back to life but also features every Transformer character that hadn't been seen on television in over a year. After hearing this story, I decided to hunt down the VHS and talk about the episodes with Matt. Enjoy! Quick FactsAirdate: February 24, 1987Written by Marv Wolfman and Cherie WilkersonAnimation studio: ToeiProduction company: Sunbow ProductionsDistribution company: Kid Rhino Home Video VHS Box DescriptionThe Return of Optimus Prime Part 1 An evil scientist and his assistant decide it's time to rid Earth of Autobots and Decepticons. Their plan is to use Optimus Prime's lifeless body to lure every robot to their lab, then infect them with Sun Spores, an alien plague that instills a hatred so overwhelming that Autobots and Decepticons will want to destroy one another. It's too late to stop the madness when it's clear the Sun Spore virus is deadly to all life. The universe's only hope is to revive Optimus Prime. The Return of Optimus Prime Part 2 Sky Lynx returns with the only being able to repair Optimus Prime—a Quintesson. If Optimus recovers, he and his Autobots will need to find a metal alloy that will protect Prime from Sun Spores while he ventures inside a virtual world containing the wisdom of the ages. Their destination lies deep inside heavily guarded Decepticon territory. Now both Autobot and Decepticon must put aside their differences and work together if either expects to survive. TrailersKid Rhino Home Video Promo (includes the Transformers, G.I. Joe: Real American Hero, Jem, and the Holograms, and Sid & Marty Krofft present H.R. Pufnstuf.) How to find Analog JonesDiscuss these movies and more on our Facebook page. You can also listen to us on iTunes, Podbean, and Youtube! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any comments or questions!
In this episode, Addie Jo Bannerman, creator of Prana Pump, is sharing her 5 bold ways to amp up your fitness routine--even if you don't have one. These inspiring practices are for everyBODY. Whether you want to start, revive, or advance your exercise routine, you can be bold with your workout! Yogis, runners, weight lifters, dancers, and everybody else, this episode is for YOU! Along the way, we talk about yoga, Disney's Adventures of the Gummi Bears, Gumby, books, Trader Joe's, and more. Oh, and we laugh...a lot. Don't forget to join the new Dharma Drops Community Page!! To keep up with Addie Jo Bannerman, you can find her at: Instagram: @aboutayogagirl and @pranapump Website: https://www.pranapump.com/ To register for my 2-week course, Feeding the Wild Life, visit https://www.rebeccawarfield.com/wildlife To follow my shenanigans, head over to: Instagram: @rebeccawarfieldyoga and @dharmadropspodcast Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rebeccawarfieldyoga/ Website: dharmadropspodcast.com
Wherein we discuss Shovel Knight, 20XX, indie games on the Nintendo Switch, DuckTales (and Gummi Bears!), The Walking Dead, Sharp Objects, DC's upcoming movies, Jared Leto's nonsense, Ant-Man and the Wasp, Thanos vs. Reddit, and the Frankenstein's Monster of retro games. Starring Ryan Scott and Ryan Higgins.